Lebanese Families Need You
The crisis in Lebanon is the third worst in the world since the mid-nineteenth century, according to the World Bank Economic Monitor report.
It’s been a year since the massive explosion at Beirut’s port left 200 people dead and 300,000 people homeless. This disaster plunged the country, already facing a major political, economic and social crisis, into total chaos and desolation.
Will you join us with your prayers and support to help the many families still living in shock and struggling to rebuild a year later?
Families like Mrs. Hachem, a 75-year-old widow, and her daughter with intellectual disabilities. Thankfully, their damaged apartment was able to be repaired with the help of CNEWA, but she continues to struggle to find food for herself and her daughter.
CNEWA’s office in Beirut is working tirelessly assessing the ongoing needs of the community. Projects today include rushing emergency food to people in need, medical care and healthcare for the needy, psychosocial and emotional trauma support, and much more.
If you are able, can you help Lebanese families in need by making a donation today?